Mnangagwa promises to turn Zimbabwe into heaven

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says Zimbabweans can make their country a heaven if they shun hate speech, love one another and work for economic prosperity. Mnangagwa said this while addressing thousands of Zanu PF supporters at Nabushome Primary school near the Gwayi Shangani Dam in Hwange, Matabeleland North province. The President’s remarks come as the country prepares for the harmonised elections in a few months time and the new political dispensation has opened up the country’s doors for international investors. “Put behind you hate speech and love one another. This is…

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‘Zanu-PF will not resort to violence to win elections’

President Mnangagwa says Zanu-PF has all the credentials to win the next election and would not resort to violence coerce voters. He told a bumper crowd of party supporters in Matabeleland North Province at Nabushome Primary school in Hwange district on Friday morning that the coming election, due in July this year, would be a defining moment for Zimbabwe’s democracy. The President urged all Zimbabweans to embrace unity peace and love to ensure this year’s plebiscite was free, fair and transparent. “We are going to have elections in July this…

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Elizabeth fraudulently leaves out 5 houses from Tsvangirai’s estate register

RELATIVES of the late former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai are challenging the legality of Ms Elizabeth Macheka’s marriage to the politician, accusing the widow of fraudulently leaving out five houses and 17 vehicles in the inventory of properties filed at the Master of High Court’s office. The Tsvangirai family members have instructed prominent Harare lawyer Mr Jonathan Samukange of Venturas & Samukange Legal Practitioners to request a meeting with all the interested parties before the Master to discuss the matter. Mr Samkange has since written to the Master registering the…

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Mnangagwa commitments to a thriving e-society

President Mnangagwa has today launched the country’s National ICT Policy and the Zimbabwe ICT Innovation Drive. The President said the policy seeks to enhance the use of ICTs by all sectors and Government arms while transforming the economy in the new dispensation. “This ICT Policy will provide strategic direction and guidance through systematic and coordinated ICT networks as we thrive to resuscitate our economy,” said President Mnangagwa Mnangagwa pledged his government’s commitment towards establishing a thriving economy and an e-society whose main pillar is new technology. Mnangagwa said information communication…

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Prof Moyo rebukes Mnangagwa “The voice of the people is not the voice God”

Former ZANU PF spin doctor and Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has come up guns blazing, claiming President Mnangagwa is blasphemous. In the past few weeks Moyo has accused Mnangagwa of a myriad of sins including but not limited to murder, lies, Violence etc. The latest accusation is of blasphemy. He took to his twitter page, rebuking the President for saying “the voice of the people is the voice of God”. Dear Emmerson, Yesterday you repeated your claim that “the voice of the people is the voice…

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Putin’s Special Message To Mnangagwa

Russian Foreign Minister Mr. Sergey Lavrov arrived in the country last night to deliver a special message to President Mnangagwa from President Vladimir Putin. Zimbabwe and Russia enjoy warm bilateral relations dating back to the days of the liberation struggle. Mr Lavrov is expected to meet President Mnangagwa this morning and thereafter hold a meeting with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant-General Dr. Sibusiso Moyo (Retired). He is also expected to sign a cooperative agreement and meet the business community in the country. Mr Lavrov was welcomed at Robert…

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Nare To Be Sworn In As Gukurahundi Commission Chairman

President Emerson Mnangagwa is today swearing in Retired Justice Nare as the chairman of the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission. Justice Nare replaces Cyril Ndebele who died in 2016 shortly after the commission was set up. Justice Nare has been in the legal fraternity since 1998. Announcing  Justice Nare appointment last month, Chief Secretary to the cabinet Misheck Sibanda described him as deserving of the position. “Retired  Justice Nare is a seasoned legal expert, having served as a senior magistrate in 1998, then as President of the Administrative Court in…

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mnangagwa News Opinion Politics 

“Open For Business Determined By Free Media,” Argues Chinono – But More So Now Before Elections.

By Wilbert Mukori| Let me start by thanking you brother Hopewell Chinono for the thoughtful articles on Zimbabwe in ZimEye and Nehanda Radio. I hope many Zimbabweans out there will take the time to read and digest them. “Mugabe punched above his weight and with disastrous economic consequences to the country and citizens,” you said in one of the articles. “Our government has been talking politics for far too long. It now needs to talk business, commerce and trade. …. It is only commerce and trade that will see the…

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Education Local 

Jonathan Moyo’s Maths Requirement Removed

President Mnangagwa’s administration has removed former Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Jonathan Moyo’s O Level maths requirement for tertiary institutions. Students will now be able to enrol without Ordinary Level Mathematics and English Language for certain courses, where they are deemed not necessary. The new Minister Amon Murwira, said colleges and universities are now free to use their own discretion. Murwira told the state media, “it remains the institution’s responsibility to revise entry requirements. As a ministry, we leave such decisions to the colleges. Our role is to give…

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‘Industry revival tops agenda’. . . President receives railway equipment from SA

The revival of big industries in the mining, agriculture and manufacturing sectors is top of the Government’s agenda as the nation seeks to transform the economy and create jobs for Zimbabweans, President Mnangagwa said yesterday. President Mnangagwa (right) speaks to the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) Chief Engineer Daniso Simon Mlambo while being shown inside the passenger coach of the trains from South Africa by the Diaspora Infrastructural Development Group (DIDG) and Transnet during their reception at the Railway station yesterday, looking on second from left is Vice President Kembo…

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